This site is intended for UK Healthcare professionals only

This site is intended for UK healthcare professionals only


Tuesday 4 July 2023
Improving the delivery of LARC in primary care


19:00 – 20:00



This webinar is intended for UK healthcare professionals only.

This webinar has been supported by Organon. Organon have had no involvement in, or influence over the content. Please note: A promotional video will be shown during the webinar.

Following ongoing funding cuts to both Sexual and Reproductive Health Services and primary care, current access to long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) has reached crisis point – an issue that was exposed in the recent Channel 4 documentary, Davina McCall’s Pill Revolution.

The Primary Care Women’s Health Forum has long been concerned about the viability of LARC in primary care and the wider implications on women’s health. As women become better informed about the options available to them, this webinar will open up an invaluable discussion about how to support and manage the care of the women you see in your practice and increase your local access to LARC provision.

Our expert speakers will answer your questions and arm you with the knowledge you need to implement practical steps to meet increasing demand.


Dr Caroline Cooper
Sexual and Reproductive Health, Cambridge
Caroline trained in general practice, and currently works in a community clinic in Cambridge, providing integrated contraception and sexual health services and a complex IUC and implant referral service. She is a member of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and has served on their education and international affairs committees. She is the director for Bayer Pharma’s intrauterine contraception training programme which offers training in IUC fitting to GPs and nurses across the UK. Caroline is committed to providing high quality education for health care professionals, and to empowering women through providing choice in sexual and reproductive health.
Tracey Elliott
ANP/lead nurse, County Durham
Tracey worked for over 20 years in acute medicine and critical care before coming to the realisation that 14 hour shifts and nights were not the best option for her work life balance, so ventured into primary care and has never looked back. Having had very little women’s health experience she soon found her niche and has developed a passion for sexual health, completing the diploma with FSRH and gaining competencies in both implant and coil fitting. Tracey strongly believes that nurses in primary care can develop skills and are best placed to address the sexual health needs of women. Now that she works in daylight hours she tries to support colleagues in women’s health matters where possible.

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